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The Romantic Generation (Charles Eliot Norton Lectures)- Charles Rosen


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Source Text: The Romantic Generation (Charles Eliot Norton Lectures)http://images.cqout.com/Books/9780674779341.jpghttp://large.snazal.com/?9780674779341Charles Rosen97806747793419780674779341Media > Books17.56The Romantic Generation (Charles Eliot Norton Lectures)Author/teacher/concert pianist Rosen delivers a monumental follow-up to his award-winning The Classical Style, here concentrating on the generation of European composers who "came of age" in the 1820s and 1830s: Liszt, Schumann, Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Bellini, and, first and foremost, Chopin...The thrust of [these] discussions is to illuminate some of the more startling and masterful changes in musical form that occurred as "Classical" gave way to "Romantic"...A valuable and important book. Kirkus Reviews This logical and long-awaited sequel to Rosen's award-winning The Classical Style once again demonstrates the author's extraordinary insights. Rosen explains and describes the first half of the 19th century in conjunction with literature, art, and social changes...[He] also examines the lives of the composers and pursues some detailed analysis of numerous compositions to make his points. The result is a fresh, challenging, and stimulating view of the society in which Chopin, Liszt, Berlioz, and Schumann flourished. Highly recommended. Library Journal Pianist and professor Rosen helps us understand the harmonic and rhythmic variety and the virtuosity required of performers that make romantic music appeal to so many...Long on analysis of significant musical examples (728 accompany the text) and short on summary comments on the nature of romantic music, this is a worthy fellow to Rosen's prizewinning The Classical Style (1980). -- Alan Hirsch Booklist The publisher has treated this book royally. The just-mentioned CD--seventy-five minutes of piano music in which Rosen provides sixteen audible illustrations, mostly complete pieces or movements--is one proof of this. Another appears in the literally hundreds of musical excerpts or short works printed at precisely the right point in the text. All told, the project reflects Rosen's standing as a writer whose wide readership wants to follow even his musical-technical arguments...So in both form and content Charles Rosen's latest book deserves attention from anyone who is drawn to music written in the years 1825-50 and who, more especially, wishes to explore the inner workings of masterpieces by Chopin, Schumann, and Liszt. -- Christopher Hatch Opera Quarterly The Romantic Generation is handsomely produced and is greatly enhanced by the inclusion of a compact disc attached to the inside of the back cover containing Rosen performances of several of the works he discusses. Anyone who listens to this disc will recognize not only how sensitively and thoughtfully Rosen plays this music but also how his pianistic knowledge informs his writing about it...[This is a book of] many riches, which treats a complex, seemingly unmanageable topic in a consistently provocative, engaging, and stimulating manner. There is probably no one other than Rosen who could bring to this task such a range and depth of musical and cultural knowledge. -- Robert P. Morgan Journal of Modern History Although Rosen's criticism is rooted in musical detail, in his technical commentary on literally hundreds of moments and passages of music and of many complete compositions, this Ursatz (as music analysts would say) generates a foreground that is consistently brilliant--a brilliant compound of interpretation, opinion, enthusiasm, potted musicology, homily and polemic, wit, wisdom, and learning...His analytical genius extends to both music and language, so that again and again he finds just the right words to describe a musical effect simply, clearly, and to perfection...A compact disc comes with the book, containing piano music by the author to illustrate the discussion. University presses are not known for bargains, but this is an unusual buy from Harvard...[An] important book. -- Joseph Kerman New York Review of Books Charles Rosen's new book is that rarity: a work of detailed musical analysis that combines profound scholarship with artistic intuition. The combination is appropriate, for, while the author is a professor of music at the University of Chicago, he is also an eminent concert pianist, to whom music is a living substance. Mr. Rosen writes thoughtfully without becoming pedantic; he engages himself personally without becoming radically subjective. When he traces connections between a composer's work, life and environment, he remains reasonable in his conclusions and does not try to be an amateur psychologist. His insights derive from the music itself. Readers who are weary of the psychosexual babble of much modern musicology will find solace...The best thing about his writing is that it leads one to want to hear the music: to listen anew to the well-known works and to acquaint oneself with the lesser known. A book like this places a responsibility on the reader, and it could serve no better purpose than to stimulate performers to think further and deeper about any music they re-create...Accompanying the book is a compact disc containing Mr. Rosen's own performance of 16 excerpts from works he discusses. The scholarship is not on show; the sensitive music making flows ebulliently, in a natural way. -- David Blum New York Times Book Review A vast expansion on the Norton Lectures Mr. Rosen gave at Harvard 15 years ago, the book reveals how the arts influenced one another: how literature, especially the literary fragment, affected Romantic composers like Schumann and Chopin; how landscape painting related to song cycles like Beethoven's "An die Ferne Geliebte," and how music shaped contemporaneous attitudes toward art and writing. Above all, the book underscores that Romantic composers elevated, as did Romantic poets, once trivial genres to the level of the sublime and, in so doing, defined a revolutionary approach to culture. -- Michael Kimmelman New York Times Rosen is a fluent writer, having at his command both informality and rhetorical force. He is a musicologist and theoretician whose authority extends from Bach to Boulez. The rigor of his technical demonstration is, to a singular degree, grounded in a vivid knowledge of cultural history, of the social and intellectual background to Western music; it is this rich sense of background that made Rosen's The Classical Style a masterpiece. But, first and foremost, he is a pianist of penetrating originality...A magnum opus. -- George Steiner New Yorker The Romantic Generation will certainly be recognized as one of the decade's most important books about music...Rosen is a master of the sweeping generalization--more or less true, with exceptions and careful definition of terms--that will attract casual readers who seek a generalized knowledge of these composers. After a certain amount of random immersion in the music, one's disorganized perceptions can be usefully crystallized by short, pithy statements that put an experience into focus...Almost equally useful to the general reader are the pages where Rosen--often brilliantly--brings the findings of another discipline such as history or psychology into the discussion of music. -- Joseph McLellan Washington Post The crowning glory of The Romantic Generation, of course, is its discussion of some of the greatest literature for the piano, a discussion that is historically informed, intellectually brilliant, profoundly intuitive and thoroughly practical--every pianist who wants to play Chopin, Schumann and Liszt will need to read it. -- Richard Dyer Boston Sunday Globe One can say with confidence that The Romantic Generation, Charles Rosen's sequel to his The Classical Style is the music book not only of 1995

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